Primary contact91 Murray Street, Hobart
Hobart, Tasmania 7000
The Tasmanian Archives preserves the documentary heritage of Tasmania’s government and people, past and present. Consisting of the Tasmanian State Government and community archives, these irreplaceable resources are preserved and made available online and in person. This allows people anywhere in the world to connect with Tasmania’s memory, identity and history.
It has been known previously as the Archives Office of Tasmania; Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office, Hobart (TAHO); LINC Tasmania.
As at 2017, TAHO, was a business unit that sitting under the overall management of LINC Tasmania. LINC Tasmania managed the State reference library and statewide lending library network. TAHO was lead by the State Archivist and includes three key business units:
The key finding aid is the combined catalogue available from our website. Guides are available at https://libraries.tas.gov.au/archive-heritage/guides-records/ .
To search exclusively in the Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office archival collections, visit https://librariestas.ent.sirsidynix.net.au/client/en_AU/tas/
Registration is required to view original material including all Tasmanian and special collections.
Please bring photographic identification to register.
Closed period of 25 years applies to most records but may vary. Access to records not normally available for research can be gained by application to the creating agency or State Archivist.